Lakehead Motors Strike Over

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THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – The strike at Lakehead Motors is over.

Local 1120 IAMAW members have announced they have voted in favour of a new 5 year collective agreement with Lakehead Motors, ending a 16- day strike.

Local 1120 IAMAW members which represents nearly 40 technicians held a special general membership meeting Thursday  night for members to vote on the proposed deal.

Local 1120 IAMAW President Pete Topetto says, “Members and their families, I would like to express our deep gratitude in particular to the citizens of Thunder Bay for their overwhelming support over the past two weeks and all the union support we received. Now we get to do what we love most, and return to working alongside our valued customers”.

Members resume their regular duties on on Monday morning.

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